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New Ce n t u r y Club (Fort 

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..BRAKt 
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HEW CENTURY CLUB 

Port Y/ayne,IncU 

If If 1921 



earn one thinr everyday^ 



Federated 1921 



Co lor a 
Black RYici Gold 



MEMBERS 



Irene Andrews 
Mable Buvmener 
Blanch Count ryEian 
Edna Ditton 
Rina English 
Bertha Hersh 
Ruth Knirht 
Edith Kohlhacher 
Grace Larson 
Minnie Matlack 



Gertrude Petei 
Flora Ritter 
Georgia Schwai 
Lillian Scott 
Ocie SDith 
Wilda Shalley 
Hazel Shafer 
Sprungei 
Shockey 
Ida V/eaver 



ASSOCIATE 
Ada Hilty 

OFFICERS 



Pres. Flora Ritter 
Vioe.Prea.-Blanch Countryman 
Recording Secyetary-Bertha Hen 
Correspondinr Secy,--Yfilda Sha! 
Treaa.-Mabl© Bur keener 
Press Reporter-Irene Andrew 



ere has the summer rone; 

was just here a Eioment arc, 
With roses and daisies 
To whisper her praises, 

d wverycne loved her so*\ 



October 5, If 21 
Social Afternoon 



1 



Hostess Mra#K.Vf^Countryni 

2432 S^Webster 



Assistant Mr a*P*M* Hitter 



October 1^,1^21 

Ilk of hiFa still as the same I say 
lis not dead, he is jiiBt away** 



Call Riley 

* of Riley Mrs •Larson 

jbp Pweadinr Riley 

Mrs^Snflish 

trola 



ess Mrs.Irvin rnirht 

Co ♦ Infirmary ; 



Nov. 2, 1921 

DOMESTIC SCIENCE DAT 
Roll Call Favorite Recip* Excl 



Vlctrola 
Leader 
Contest 
HoBtees 



Mrs^Ritter 

Mrs •Larson 

Mrs* S»»C •Peters 
711 Edffewater 



November 16, If 21 
1 Call Thankartviiic 

len of the Mayflower 

Mrs ♦Countryman 

tno Solo Mrs^Hilty 

tnksciviniT. Story Mrs#Buri:ener 

itest Mrs* Smith 



Jtess Mrs ♦Roy Mat lack 
236 l.De Wald 



November 50,1921 

Boll Call Miscellaneous 

South America and its future 

Mrs. Scott 



Vocal Duet 


Mrs •Andrews 
Mrs.Iniirht 


Alaska 

1 


Mrs.Weaver 


Hostess 


Mrs.Chas. Smith 
407 W.Williams 



December 14^1f^21 
L Gall Christmas 

Lstmas Exchange 



esa Mrs.C •L.Hersh 

402 H.Guttenfield 



L St ant Mrs • Shall ey 

3'^^6 E.SuVten^ield 



December 28,1921 



"A man is better pleased when he h 

a cood dinner, 
Than when his wife speaks Greek** 



Entertainment 



Mrs^Ditton 
Mrs.Hilty 
Mrs. Smith 



Refreshments 



Mr s • C ount r yman 
Mrs. Her sh 
Mrs.Shalley 
Mrs.Ritter 



Mr a & Mrs Knight 



NEW YEARS GREETING 



January 11,1922 
Roll Call Muoic 



Development of Music in America 

Mrs. Her 8h 



1 

Vocal Solo Mrs^Ditton i 



Popular Son? V/riters Mrs^Matlack i 



Piano Solo Mrs. Scott 



Hostess Mrs .H.D .Weaver 

502 E.Pontiac 



January 25,1922 

oil Call Patriotic 

ur National Caritol 

Mrs. Shall ey 



onto at Mrs.Weax^er 



o B t e 8 B Mr s.. . Bur i:ener 

1414 E.LewiB 



x^ebruary 9,1922 
Holl Call Original Valentino E: 

Book Review Mrs.Schwan 

Contest Mrs.Kohlhacher 



Hostess Mr 3, L.J.Andrews 

271S Oliver 



March 1} 1922 

3i Call Lincoln 

Patriot! nm means in the 

Twentieth Century 

Mra.Gmith 



Mrs. Hitter 



10U8 Spies in American History 
Mr s ♦ C ountryman™ 



Jtess Mrs. Bernard Enirlish 

2137 HeidmillBr 



March 15, If 22 

Roll Call Miscellaneous 

The Incominr Stranr,er 

Mrs^Iohnlbacher 



Quartette Mrs .Her ah, Leader 



Race-hatred as a National dani!;er 

Mr S.Andrew 8 



Hostess I^rs.Rofct. Scott 

1413 Huirh 



March 2f ,lfS2 
Maicazine Day 

Mrs.Schwan 



Mrs.I.W.Ditton 
fll E.Wayno 



April 12,1922 

Roll Call Current Events 

What a Woman should know about Law 

Mrs^Ditton 



Work of Juvenile Courts in Indiana 

Mrs.Eni?;li8h 



Duet 



Mrs* Scott 
Mrs. Her sh 



Hostess Mrs.Shafer 

27 IT John 



April 26, If 22 
PAMOJ^US ARTISTS AND PICTURES 

L Call Titles Famous Pictures 

rican Artists Mrs^Hilty 



loDuet 



^irn Artist B 



besB 



MrB.Hersh 
Mrs* Shall ey 

Mrs^Peters . 



Mrs.Sprunrf^r 

6^C.C6lUTr!Dia V 



May lC,lf28 
**A charini.ni: woKian is a welcoTfie 
Mother* a Day 

Roll Call Mothers of Great Men 

Tribute to Mothers Mra^Ritter 



Hostess Mrs.L#C* Schwan 

^39 Hore Ave. 



Assl stant -, Mrs^Ed Kohlbao 

920 Hone Ave# 



May 24,1^22 

Call Tour Birthplace 

the Banks of the Wahanh^^Quarfette 
Mr3*Vfeaver,LeadBr 

3, Rivers and Caves of Indiana 
Mrs.Knifht 






Lion of Officers 



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Mr 8 • Fred Lars©n 
2526 S, Webster 



May 51,1§22 



ANNUAL PICNIC 



Dse the book, the story is told, 
^ it away with a s^iie or a tear, 
Itten in Black or written in Gold, 
open the hook of another year** • 



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NEYif CENTURY CLUB 
Port Wayne Indiana 
1922 1923 



COLORS 
Black and Gold 

FEDERATED 
Nineteen Hundred Twenty 



COLLECT FOR CLUB WOMEN 

Keep us, God, from pettinei 
let us be large in thought, in 
word, in deed. 

Let us he done -ith faiiit- 
finding and leave off self-seel 
ing. 

May we put away all pretense 
and meet each other face to fa( 
without self-pity and without 
prejudice. 

May we never be hasty in 
judgment and always generous. 



Teach us to put into action 
our better Impulses; straight- 
forward and unafraid. 

Let us take time for all 
things; make us grow calm, 
serene, gentle. 

Grant that we may realize 
that it is the little things 
that create differences; that 
in the big things of life we 
are as one. 

And may we strive to touch 
and to know the great common 
woman's heart of us all; and 
Lord God, let us not forget 
to be kind. 



OFFICERS 

President Blanche Count rym 
Vice-P3:?es. O^ie Smith 
Recording Secy. Ruth Knight 
Corresponding 

Secy. Wilda Shalley 
Treasurer Nina English 
Press Reporter Flora Ritter 



PROGRAM COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Lillian Scott 

Mps. Mabel Burgener 
Mrs. Ocie Smith 

Mrs. Georgia Schv/ann 



STUDY TOPICS 



Americanization 

"The Taming of the Shrev/*' 

Shakespeare 
Miscellany 



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**Tlie true club woman never 
boasts of wealth nor apologizes 
for poverty; is never vain of 
knowledge nor humiliated by 
honest ignorance; is never rash 
in her progressiveness nor self- 
ish in her conservatism.*^ 



October Fourth 

Hostess Mrs» Countryman 
2432 Webster 

Assistant M^s, Andrews 



PRESIDED ^S MEETING 



October Eighteenth 

Hostess Mrs* Nina English 
2137 Riedrniller 



Responses Vacation Anecdotes 



The Meaning of American 
Citizenship Mrs* Shalley 

Music Mrs. Scott 



November First 



GUEST NIGHT 



Committee Mrs. Hersh 
Mrs. Hilty 
Mrs. Knight 



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November Fifteenth 

Hostess Mrs. Flora Ritter 
1204 E* Pontiac 



Responses Quotations from 

American Statesmen 

The Japanese Problem 

Mrs. Smith 

The Negro Problem 

Mrs. Sprung er 



December Sixth 

Hostess Mrs. Edith Kohlhacke 
920 Home Ave, 



Responses Bible Quotations 



The Public School and the 

Immigrant Mrs. Hilty 

A Cure for Present Day Evils 
Mrs. Ritter 



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December Twentieth 

Hostess Mrs. Georgia Schwann 
539 Home Ave. 



Responses Christmas 



Reading from **Ben Hur** 
Mrs. Scott 



CHRISTMAS EDCGHANGE 



January First 



GENTLEI/IEIT*S NIGHT 

Committee Mr, Coiintryman 

xMr, Knight 

Mr . Burgener 

Mr. Smith 

Mr. Andrews 



January Tenth 

Hostess Mrs. Minnie Mat lack 
2632 Fairfield Viev/ 



Responses Quotations from 
Shakespeare's 
Tragedies 

Life of Shakespeare 

Mrs. Burgener 

Theatre in Shakespeare's Time 
Mrs . Kohlbacker 

Music Mrs. Ditton 



January Twenty-fourth 

Hostess Mr St Ocie Smith 
911 Lincoln 



Responses (Quotations from Woi 
in Shakespeare ^s 
Plays 

Leading Women in Shakespeare 
Plays Mr St Schv\rann 

^^The Taming of the Shrew^' 

Act I K3:?s. Countrymetn 



February Seventh 

Hostess Mrs. Lillian Scott 
1413 Hugh 



Responses Quotations from 

Shakespeare's Comedies 



"The Taming of the Shrew" 

Act II Mrs. English 



February Twenty-first 

Hostess Mrs, Mabel Burgener 
3. 444. E, Lew lb 

Responses Patriotic 



"The Taming of the Shrew^ 

^ .' \ . I V 

Act IV Mrs. Knight 
'Act V Mrs. Andrews 



March Second 



.rx ^ ^A^ . „;•■', 



Hostess 4fe*-ST- E€tR:ar--©4t 40-n 
91 1-E",— Vtey 3 ?!te 

Responses Women in Ari: 



Book Review 

"The Americanization of 
Edward Bach" 

Mrs. Shall ey 

Music Mrs* Hersh 



March Twenty-first 

Hostess I^rs. Sprunger 
728 Columbia 



Responses Spring 

Domestic Education among 
Immigrants Mrs, Larson, v 

Reading M^s. English^ 

Music Victrola 



April FoLirth. 

( >•. .. ■ ' \ ' ■ 

Hostess Mrs. Ida Weaver 
502 E. Pontiac 



Responses Women in Literature 

vrVv ■ 

"I!^e Melting Pot" 

Mrs. Sehv/ann 
Music IvJrs. Pit ton 



April Eighteenth 

Hostess Mrs. V/ilda Shalley 
336 E, Suttenfield 



Responses Women in Music 

Woman's Place with regard to 
Citizenship Mrs. Countryman 



V/omen in Business 

Mrs. Ritter 



May Second 

Hostess Mrs. Bertha Hersh 
402 E. Suttenfield 



Responses Great Masterpieces 
of Music 

Story of "II Trovatore" 
Mrs. Smith 

Music Mrs. Andrews 
Mrs. Knight 

Story of "Poor Butterfly" 
Mrs. Scott 



M 



ay Sixteenth 



Hostess Mrs. Ada Hilty 
606 Huffman 



Responses My Hobby 

TEA 6|7i-MvA.'§KlWxd 

Cammittee Mrs. Hilty 
Mj,s. Weaver 
Mrs. Sprunger 
Mrs. Burgener 



CRITICS 


October 


Mr s . 


Rltter 


NovemlDer 


Mrs. 


Burgener 


December 


Mrs. 


Mat lack 


January- 


Mrs. 


Hilty 


February 


Mrs. 


Kohlbacker 


March 


Mrs. 


Weaver 


April 


Mrs. 


Andrev/s 


May- 


Mrs. 


Sprunger 



MEMBERS 

Irene Andrews 
Mabel Burgener 
Blanclah Countryman 
Edna Ditton 
Nina English 
Bertha Hersh 
Ada Hilty 
Edith Kohlbacker 
Grace Larson 
Minnie Matlack 
Flora Ritter 
Georgia Schwann 
Lillian Scott 
Wilda Shalley 

Ocie Smith 
Clara Sprunger 
Ida Weaver .